Posts Tagged ‘KRANE’

April 13, 2018

It’s impossible not to “Feel It” when Vincent takes on KRANE for a truly resplendent future bass remix. The Canadian producer has given the Oakland native’s Feel It, featuring CXLOE and Khamsin, a spectacularly ravishing re-work. He cranked out this regal marching, grandly surging future trap edit in Dim Mak’s studios, giving us a larger than life, utterly exhilarating new take on the original. The track comes off of Krane’s Fallout (The Remixes) release, which is available, here.

March 28, 2018

KRANE has become a shining star here in the Bay when it comes to impeccably crafted future bass and chill trap tracks, and we’re more than pleased that despite how busy he must be these days, he’s taken the time to put his own spin on Dua Lipa’s Be The One. He goes arena ready on the euphoric lifting dance re-work. Be The One already has an elevating chorus. Taken with KRANE’s surging future bass swells, the remix goes supernova on us and fills us with an immense amount of joy. Catch the Oakland producer on tour with Slumberjack, dates can be found, here.

August 1, 2017

RÜFÜS DU SOL’s Innerbloom is probably my utmost favorite track off of the Australian electronic project’s 2016 album Bloom. It could very well be their most profoundly moving and deeply reflective piece, too. Innerbloom is nine minutes thirty eight seconds of mesmeric bliss. In case you forgot how brilliant it is, you can re-visit the single, here. An ingenious remix of the song has unexpectedly surfaced today. It comes by way of Oakland’s KRANE, and it could very well be the most magnificent trap remix we’ve encountered all year long. KRANE explains of his edit: 

“Listening to electronic music is still relatively a new thing in my life – in many ways I’ve learned about it alongside of learning production. And when I heard Rufus I was blown away- it was not a style I had been into prior- but they have a style and moodiness to their music I was instantly in love with. I made this remix of Innerbloom to bring their vibe into my sets in a way that felt me still, and have been playing it out for some time. I’ve gotten more and more requests from DJ’s to send it to them, and fans to release it. So, albeit a little late, here it is.” His interpretation of Innerbloom is majestic and grand, lifting us ever meticulously towards the sweet release of a colossal drop that leaves us quivering in euphoria to the skittering beats and trembling synths of KRANE’s panoramic and cinematic trap. You can download this glorious remix for free, here.

July 11, 2017

Out of the sudden onslaught of songs this year that have to do with Coachella or even have Coachella in their song titles, Cashmere Cat’s 9 (After Coachella) is a certain favorite, and it’s nifty that it features Danish pop talent MØ (whom we’ve been championing for years) and one of our other favorite production visionaries, SOPHIE, as guests. Oakland’s own swiftly ascending, deservedly buzzing production talent KRANE has given 9 (After Coachella) a royal remix treatment. The original is already a zesty jam, but KRANE’s edit is a busy bustling, ethereal whisked trap spectacular, just as we’d expect from the gifted artist. Though KRANE’s remix is a high energy, endless whirring treat, it’s also one of his brighter offerings. It’s an obvious sign of genius when a producer can adjust and fine tune his sound in such a way to fit the inherent ambiance of a song. You can download his remix, here.

June 29, 2017

Alexander Lewis, fresh off the success of his collaboration with Brasstracks, All Of The Lights, has linked up with Oakland’s own red hot producer KRANE for a new jaw dropping remix. Both of them are fans of Sinjin Hawke’s debut album First Opus, so they’ve offered up an edit album cut Onset. You can take in the orchestral magnificence of the original trap masterpiece, here. KRANE and Alexander Lewis give Onset, already such a cinematic piece, a dramatic work-over involving sharp jostling percussion and climactic fluxing future bass. You can download their epic remix, here.

February 15, 2017

I can’t be more proud that prolific producer KRANE (fka KRNE) hails from Oakland here in the Bay. If you’re at all a fan of the best in new trap and bass music, then you’ve surely fallen for some if not all of KRANE’s magnificent originals, remixes, and collaborations these past couple of years. Yesterday, KRANE dropped his new EP, SESSIONS 04, the latest edition from an ongoing project in which he periodically collaborates with other producers who submit rough demos. The latest release includes superbly crafted tracks with the likes of WYOMI, Laxcity, Oceans, and DNMO. Though hard pressed to select a tune to highlight, we’ve gone with the vocals permeated Laxcity track, because it’s such a dreamy luscious future bass aria featuring silky vocals by Sherry W. The dusky late night twinkler gracefully ripples and nimbly pitches, taking us on a sublime trip through the night sky. It’s more than fitting that such a tune is named Outside. The fleecy textured collaboration with England’s Laxcity is just more proof of KRANE’s stunning versatility and skill. Stream the SESSIONS 04 EP in full on Soundcloud.

January 31, 2017

I’m not going to lie, I’m more than kind of proud that prolific trap and bass producer KRANE (fka KRNE) hails from right here in the Bay. The Oakland based talent continues to collaborate with other amazing artists by linking up with Toronto’s Keys N Krates on vigorous shuddering, tense quivering Right Here. The song is a dream collaboration for this fan of both these projects’ heavy heaving, intense gripping soundscapes. KRANE and Keys N Krate have crafted a sublimely spasmodic melodic trap and future bass dazzler, and it’s a sexy scintillating thrill ride that repeatedly ruptures with searing energy and grit. Right Here is out now on iTunes via Dim Mak.

January 11, 2017

Akira is a behemoth of a trap beast, a tension packed high strung spectacular. It comes from the genius partnership that is Canadian production whiz Ekali and Oakland’s KRANE (formerly KRNE). If it’s heavy hitting yet meticulously intricate electronic hip hop vibes you’re searching for, you’ve hit the jackpot. Akira whizzes and curls, needles and hisses, but it also has its breathtaking melodic moments, making it a cinematic saga of epic proportions. RL Grime and Lido interweave on this sure to be legendary track. Akira is a free download here. You can also support it by purchasing from iTunes.